Residency artist open studio

Show Box L.A. / we live in space residency artists present showings of work in progress.

@ we live in space
2520 W Jefferson Blvd
LA, CA 90018

Mar 3, 2019, 2-3 pm
DaEun Jung / Byoul 2019
A solo project, Byoul is a dance made by Korean dance vocabulary and chance procedure, in collaboration with pansori singer Melody Shim.

The performance will start from the we live in space studio, and take the guests to a short trip to the outside neighborhood. Then, a feedback/sharing time will follow back in the studio. The admission is free and no ticket or rsvp required.

DaEun Jung is a bicultural dancer-choreographer whose work reveals her past and present body memories. Her works have been presented at performance venues in Los Angeles including Electric Lodge, Highways, The Mortuary, Pieter, and REDCAT. She has been awarded artist-in-residencies from Santa Monica Cultural Affairs at Camera Obscura Art Lab, Los Angeles Performance Practice at Automata, and Dance Resource Center at KYCC Menlo Center. DaEun redefines the principles, form, and context of Korean folk dance in inter/multi-cultural settings as a continuation of her graduate study at UCLA where she received her MFA in choreography and Westfield Emerging Artist Award. She has worked with award-winning choreographers such as Oguri & Roxanne Steinberg, Victoria Marks, Milka Djordjevich, Ros Warby, Wilfried Souly, Jeanine Durning, Shahar Biniamini, and Melinda Ring. daeunjung.com

byoul

 

Sunday, March 24th 2019
2:00 pm
Sadie Yarrington / Muscle Memory

Muscle Memory has been developed during Sadie’s choreographic residency with Show Box L.A. / we live in space. It is a solo work that investigates the body’s ability to retain and trigger memory. Please join us to see and dialogue with the artist about her work-in-process. Running time: 15-20min + dialogue. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP here:  https://bit.ly/2NDHYlD

Sadie Yarrington is a Los Angeles based performer, choreographer, director and educator. Her choreography and direction has been presented at The American Theatre of Actors (NYC), Brand Library & Arts Center, Descanso Gardens, Moss Theater, The Music Center’s Sleepless and Bootleg Theater (LA). An avid educator dedicated to creating safe spaces for students to discover their own connection to movement, Sadie is on faculty at Inner-City Arts (DTLA), New Roads School (Santa Monica) and teaches movement workshops across LA that honor the physical and neurological diversity of each group. Sadie holds a BFA in Dance and BS is Anthropology from the University of Michigan.

This work was developed in part through the Show Box L.A./we live in space residency program, with support from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.

 

 

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